Veterans March On: America, Announces nationwide march
February 6, 2017
United States – Nationwide – Veterans March On: America announces nationwide marches to promote awareness of Veteran issues. Veterans, their families, and supporters are being asked and organized to march on Capitols and Cities across the nation, simultaneously, on May 20, 2017 at 10:00 AM PST to show solidarity as we raise our voice for change combating the many challenges our Veterans face daily.
-We will march for Veterans from all branches and of service and all eras of service, who are currently facing many issues with our broken Veteran support system & healthcare.
-We will March to be the voice for our large population of Veteran homeless. We will March carrying the memory of all of our Brothers and Sisters who have been silenced by their war here at home – Suicide.
-We will march and assemble in a peaceful, respectful manner reflective of the character of our military service. This march will NOT be politically partisan, violent, discriminating, or divisive in form.
More information will be forthcoming as dates and locations become available.
About Veterans March On: America
We are Veterans, Families, and supporters of Veterans. We wish to bring awareness and affect change to a broken Veteran support system. We are marching to raise awareness, but this is only the beginning. We will continue this march for as long as it takes to achieve a positive outcome and improve the lives of Veterans and their families. We will do this through raising awareness, and continue the fight by bringing these issues to the forefront of society and to the attention of State and Federal Legislators across America. We will do this in Capitols and in Cities and towns all across America. We are America’s Veterans. We fought for America and our families bore that burden with us, and did so with pride, Dignity, and honor, and now we are asking for America to help us fight the battles we face at home.
For more information, please visit www.vetsmarchonamerica.com
To learn more, please contact:
Jason E. Jones, Media Relations
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